Mocha Mate from Blackbird Tea Co.

Mocha_TeaTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Pu-erh Tea, Rooibos & Yerba Maté blend

Where to Buy: Blackbird Tea Co. or Black Bird Tea Co. Etsy

Tea Description:

In Argentina and Uruguay, maté is traditionally sipped through a metal straw in a cured gourd. Try that in rush hour traffic! Our interpretation is a blend of roasted maté mixed with rooibos, black pu-erh tea, and a kick of chocolate, lemongrass, cinnamon and ginger. Drink it throughout the day for a chocolaty, spicy pick-me-up. 

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

When this tea first arrived, I was so excited! I have a tea that I love from Adagio Teas that is a version of a Mocha Mate.  I can take that tea down in no time flat.

I quickly grabbed this tea and throw it in my Breville One Touch choosing the herbal setting (seeing how their is Mate in it).  Poured myself a huge cup of it and sat down to write the review and then it hit me.  The smell.  The smell of my arch enemy.  The smell one of the only teas I have trouble drinking.  Yes.  This tea had rooibos in it.

Unfortunately for me, I am not a rooibos fan.  We each have our own teas that we adore and love and then there are the teas that really aren’t our cuppa.  This one falls into the latter category.  From the other flavors I was getting when I did try a sip, this tea is phenomenal.  The spices and chocolate mix so well together and produce this vibrant and invigorating flavor with a sweet lemon like kick.

But with the rooibos in there, I think I need to find this darling a new home.  Rooibos and I just have never gotten along.  But from what I tasted, the rest of the tea is amazing.  If you like rooibos blends, check this one out.  I bet it would be delightful to you!

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